Pine Pollen - Major Physiological Role Of The Nine Essential Amino Acids

Major Physiological Role Of The Nine Essential Amino Acids 

Amino Acid Major Physiological Roles

Histidine Regulates several minerals, including iron, copper, molybdenum, zinc, and manganese. Histidine is also essential in the formation of several enzymes and compounds, including the important anti-aging antioxidant SOD (superoxide dismutase).*

Methionine: The Anti-Aging Amino Acid* 

The amino acid methionine (L-Methionine) is present in a natural raw form in Pine Pollen. In terms of providing real anti-aging benefits (those that reverse markers of aging, not just leaving you "feeling" younger), methionine directly improves tone and pliability of skin, nails and hair. It also promotes healthy hair growth, when hair has become thin or absent all together.* 

Methionine chelates heavy metals from the body (including mercury) allowing them to be safely eliminated from your body.* Furthermore, this amino acid which is so hard to find in our diets, increases levels of SAMe (S-adenosyl methionine), which may help prevent premature ejaculation and chronic depression.* If you are interested in using a natural, non-synthetic form of MSM and L-Methionine, RAW Pine Pollen may be an

excellent choice. In all of our experience and research, there is no other food, supplement, or source with as rich a source of MSM and L-Methionine as RAW Pine Pollen (choose the raw form when targeting amino acids).*